Show #773 - Wednesday, January 6, 1988

Bruce Seymour game 5.


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Janet Holzer, a foreign language teacher from Indianapolis, Indiana

Mike Ollins, a public relations consultant originally from Hicksville, New York

Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $54,989)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
The proverb says, "birds of a feather" do this "together"
    $100 9
The Southeast Asian archer fish shoots down its prey with a jet of this
    $100 15
The subway in Washington, DC shares its name with this one in Paris
    $100 14
In this city's Plaza of the 3 Cultures, you can see modern apartments, a colonial church, & Aztec ruins
    $100 20
After 9 seasons, in 1971, CBS did some rural housecleaning & put this family out to pasture
    $100 25
Pieces of game equipment you shouldn't shoot if they're "loaded"
    $200 4
It's the basin that holds the water when you get baptized
    $200 10
A gulper fish can grow to a length of 6 feet, but most of its body is this huge opening
    $200 16
This oldest U.S. railroad common carrier, founded in Md. in 1827, 1st used horses & sailcars for locomotion
    $200 1
American landmark closed from June 24, 1985 to July 4, 1986
    $200 21
Sports profession of Jamie Sommers before she became the Bionic Woman
    $200 26
On the American double-zero roulette wheel, the odds of any # coming up, though the house pays less
    $300 5
A young deer, or a famous paper-shredding secretary
    $300 11
Flatfish spend most of their lives lying buried in sand with only these organs protruding
    $300 17
Pan Am was begun to carry mail between Key West & this country with which our communications are now strained
    $300 2
This city's Landmarks Preservation Foundation is using plaques designed by Tiffany & Co.
    $300 22
City in which "My Sister Sam" is set
    $300 28
It's what you have to pick to win a "quiniela"
    $400 6
Literally, the name of this biblical gift means "superior incense"
    $400 13
This dreaded fish is known for its lumpy body, venomous spines & ability to hide among boulders
    $400 18
If your pickup truck is a "brat", it's made by this company
    $400 7
Rio landmark whose name in Portuguese "Pao de Acucar"
    DD: $500 23
3 of the 5 Huxtable kids
    $500 12
This 2-word French term for a siren literally means "disastrous woman"
    $500 27
This "fishing" fish attracts food by dangling fleshy bait that grows from a fin on its head
    $500 19
In 1885, Gottlieb Daimler & this fellow German built the 1st gasoline-powered vehicles
    $500 8
It took over 50 years, but the mortgage on this Arizona/Nevada landmark was paid off in 1987
    $500 24
From 1966-69, this "African" series was shot in Africa, USA, a wild animal park outside L.A.

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Bruce Mike Janet
$1,300 $0 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Mike Janet
$2,100 -$200 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
Any straight line drawn through the center of a circle from one edge to the other
    $200 21
A machine for gathering the ripe lint & seed from the standing stalk, or someone who does so
    $200 1
Connie is the 1st name of this D.H. Lawrence title character
    $200 14
From Old French for "portable siege tower", some have bats in them
    $200 6
Time magazine said that for 1986 it was Corazon Aquino
    $400 9
Some Federalists felt acquisiton of this land in 1803 dissolved the original states' allegiance to the Union
    $400 23
The Roman numeral 500
    $400 20
The World Book article on "Cotton" cross-references 24 articles on these, from batiste to voile
    $400 2
Nicole is a patient of psychiatrist Dick Diver in this author's "Tender is the Night"
    $400 13
If you don't know this other name of the Garden Grove (Calif.) Community Church, just ask Robert Schuller
    $400 7
Dweebs wreaked vengeance in this 1984 film, & in the 1987 sequel
    $600 10
Wealthy fur trader who opened a fashionable NYC hotel in 1836
    $600 24
If you divide a negative number by another negative number, you get this type of number
    $600 3
In this E.M. Forster work, Adela Quested wrongly accuses Dr. Aziz of assaulting her
    $600 15
Examples of this architectural style are the English cathedral in Salisbury & the French one in Reims
    $600 8
Common cliche that might be Betty Crocker's way of saying "easily done"
    DD: $2,000 11
1st heard in an 1823 play, this soon became America's most popular song as well as a popular 3-word sampler:
    DD: $2,600 25
The square root of 9 times the square root of 16 equals the square root of this number
    $800 4
Phoebe Caulfield is a prominent character in this popular modern novel
    $800 16
Usually, it's the combined tower & spire of a church
    $800 18
Fought in the Ardennes region, it was called the greatest pitched battle between Germany & the U.S. in WWII
    $1000 12
Henry Flagler extended his East Coast RR to this city in 1896, & the city was incorporated that same year
    $1000 26
Whenever the product of two fractions equals 1, we call them these
    $1000 5
In Henry James' "The Turn of the Screw", the heroine is hired to serve in this capacity
    $1000 17
From Latin for "holy", it's the holiest part of a church, where the high altar is placed
    $1000 19
Part of this area was returned to Virginia in 1846

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Mike Janet
$10,700 -$400 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Appropriate mythological name given the asteroid in our solar system that passes closest to the Sun

Final scores:

Bruce Mike Janet
$100 -$400 $7,800
2nd place: a Broyhill 6-piece Americana oak bedroom set + Ambassador Industries Ambatrak headrail system vertical blinds 3rd place: an Oneida full-lead, mouth-blown, hand-cut crystal gift certificate (for stemware, barware & giftware) New champion: $7,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Mike Janet
$9,500 $100 $9,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
1 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,600

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Game tape date: 1987-09-22
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